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July 16, 2004 2:37 PM   Subscribe

I am searching for a song I heard in yoga class that had the chant "lokah samastha sukhino bhavantu" and can't find it anywhere. Any ideas?
posted by Quartermass to Media & Arts (9 answers total)
 
Umm, your yoga instructor?
posted by pomegranate at 2:51 PM on July 16, 2004


Try the BBC.
posted by the fire you left me at 2:55 PM on July 16, 2004


It wouldn't be Hindi, but Sanskrit. Googling turns up this as a possibility.
posted by zadcat at 3:02 PM on July 16, 2004


Umm, your yoga instructor?

I would, except he up and moved away last friday "on a whim." But thanks anyways. . .
posted by Quartermass at 3:05 PM on July 16, 2004


Zadcat: that is the right chant, but the singer was female.
posted by Quartermass at 3:07 PM on July 16, 2004


Oh, a specific recording. There are a ton of yoga tapes and CDs out there. If you were at a yoga centre connected to a particular tradition they may very well sell the recording you want. If not, your teacher simply picked something he liked and you're adrift in a sea of new age titles.
posted by zadcat at 3:16 PM on July 16, 2004


my yoga class does that chant too, but i don't know any recordings of it...
posted by judith at 3:35 PM on July 16, 2004


I underwent a brief training to become ordained as a Hindu priest about a dozen years ago (long story), and this chant was part of the puja ceremony that I learned. The translation that I was given was "may the beings of all three worlds be happy", and I was led to believe that it was a common part of the ritual, widely practiced.

(I later learned that my teacher may not have been completely, uh, legitimate, so I may very well be totally wrong.)
posted by majcher at 4:36 PM on July 16, 2004


Could it be the one on this page ? (although it's only on cassette) I have ordered things from them in the past, but not recently.
posted by daveg at 5:05 PM on July 16, 2004


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